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Microsoft might have lost at phones but it's battling back in the classroom

An Apple for the teacher... or time to open up some Windows?

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Accessibility Now

Accessibility isn't easy and isn't a profit center, but enabling and promoting it is important for everyone.

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iPad Pro artists take a swing at capturing the PGA Players Championship

The PGA Tour hit a hole in one when it asked four iPad artists to capture the Players Championship over the weekend.

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Here's how Apple can take iOS to 11 (not sorry!)

Eleven ways Apple could take iOS to 11. Seriously.

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Indie dev in the age of App Store

Just like the traditional concept of apps has changed, the traditional concept of indie app development is and will have to continue changing along with it.

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Last time, Microsoft targeted Apple's creatives. Now, education.

What do Microsoft's Windows S and Surface Laptop mean for Apple in the education market?

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Survey says you'll love AirPods and want to tell all your friends

AirPods are breaking records for customer satisfaction and recommendation, and it's easy to feel why.

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How Apple won silicon: Why Galaxy S8 can't go core-to-core with iPhone 7

iPhone 7 doesn't just keep up with the twice-as-many cores in Galaxy S8 — Apple trounces Samsung core-for-core. Here's why that really matters.

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Apple can have its iPhone and eat its Mac, too

Apple can keep making Macs and keep shipping iPhones. The company simply has to be honest about priorities — with customers and internally.

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Apple Watch and the story of ceramics

Gorilla Glass, Liquidmetal, sapphire, and now ceramic, Apple continues to push the boundaries of materials science through design.

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